Today it is very evident that I have to trust God. I am learning to trust Him deeper and deeper every day, but today is one of those days that I am learning even more the absolute necessity of putting my total trust in His omniscience. Trials are difficult to go through and I would like to say this morning that I have perfect peace because I am trusting in Him. But today I don't. I must not listen to anyone else above listening to what God says in His Word. People fail, I fail, but God never fails. I am not doubting Him. I believe in Him. I believe what He says and who He is. I believe that He sees all and knows all. Some days are just harder than others. My inclination this morning is to go ahead of God and try to fix things and try to figure out how things are going to work out. I want to see the end and not go through the process of waiting and wondering. But God has reminded me just to "Be still and know that I am God." With His help that is what I will try to do. I just need to get myself out of the way and trust Him.
Learning to trust God . . . Knowing He is Omniscient . . . One Day at a time.
This is a brand new blog as I am now on a new type of journey! I am learning more and more each day what it truly means to trust God. This journey is taking me deeper and deeper into what it means to surrender my all to Him. I would love to have you come along with me as I share my ups and downs, my joys and sorrows and as I seek a closer relationship and walk with my Saviour.
I need to add that I am beginning the blog again after almost a year and a half. I am still on a journey to learn to trust God and seek to know His will for me. I write mainly for myself, but anyone is welcome to join me on this journey.
married 36 years, pastor's wife, 4 grown children who were homeschooled, 10 grandchildren, most important thing about me is that I am saved by the blood of Jesus. I like coffee and chocolate! I like sunflowers, daisies, carnations and roses. I like the ocean and the mountains! I like all of nature and love the Creator.